President Donald Trump asked then-FBI director James Comey to shut down a federal investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn, according to a memo Comey wrote after the February meeting. Trump also reportedly asked Comey to jail journalists. Sen. John McCain: “We’ve seen this movie before. It’s reaching Watergate size and scale.” [The New York Times]
Google begins its annual I/O developers conference with keynotes by CEO Sundar Pichai and head of developer products Jason Titus; the company is expected to reveal more about its “AI-first” future, and may announce that its voice-based AI Assistant is coming to iPhones. Here’s how to watch the conference. [Tess Townsend / Recode]
Here’s an inside look at Apple’s massive “mothership” campus in Cupertino. The circular Apple Park building was commissioned as one of Steve Jobs’s last projects as CEO. [Steven Levy / Wired]
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is returning to the company full-time to help rebuild the company’s culture. Stone left Twitter in 2011 and has remained friendly with CEO Jack Dorsey; he recently sold his startup, Jelly, to Pinterest. [Kurt Wagner / Recode]
San Francisco is considering legislation that would ban sidewalk delivery robots citywide; meanwhile, other states are passing laws broadly permitting their use. “Our streets and our sidewalks are made for people, not robots,” said an SF city supervisor. [April Glaser / Recode]
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Italy currently holds the record for world’s longest pizza, setting the Guinness mark last year with a 1.15-mile-long Neapolitan pizza. Not to be outdone, a U.S. pizza entrepreneur is planning to create a 1.3-mile-long pizza at California’s Fontana Speedway on June 10, with the 7,000-foot pie ringing about 70 percent of the racetrack. The food will be donated to local charities and food banks. [Farley Elliott / Eater Los Angeles]
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